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5 Ways To Reduce Food Waste At Home From Feeding Hong Kong’s Founder

2 Mins Read As the founder of Hong Kong’s first globally affiliated food bank, Feeding Hong Kong, Gabrielle Kirstein knows a thing or two about food waste. Feeding Hong Kong has to-date provided over 7.3 million meals to Hong Kong’s hungriest. While her charity focuses on collecting and redistributing food that would otherwise be wasted by companies, it […]

Hong Kong’s Greenest Food Truck: Impossible Foods x Invisible Kitchen Limited Edition Vegan-Friendly Collab

3 Mins Read Don’t miss out on Hong Kong’s greenest food truck experience: grab your Revolv reusable lunchbox and stuff your face with Buddha Bowls & Subs featuring plant-based Impossible meat! Invisible Kitchen, hailed as Hong Kong’s most eco-friendly caterer, will be partnering up with Impossible Foods to launch the city’s greenest food truck for a limited time […]

Global Food Waste Trends: Solutions & Inspiration

4 Mins Read It is unthinkable that in a world where so many go hungry, food wastage is such a massive problem. And yet, here we are. An astounding 30 to 40% of all the food that is produced across the planet is wasted. Beyond the moral arguments (how can we waste food when famine is still on […]

Green Queen Giving: Box of Hope – Boxes That Change Lives

3 Mins Read How was Box of Hope started? Box of Hope was started in 2008 by Nicole Woolhouse and Harriet Cleverly. Our first year we just worked with Sunshine House Schools and collected an amazing 1, 200 boxes which we stored and checked in our houses and then delivered by hand to Hong Kong recipients.   Realizing we had […]